The Women Win (WWW, has announced that award winning Architect, Entrepreneur and Philanthropist, Jumoke Adenowo, the U.S. Consulate’s Head of Public Affairs, Darcy Zotter and the South African Director of the Global Women’s Initiative, Tumi Frazier will be headlining its debut When Women Win Experience, scheduled to take place on Friday, March 9, 2018, simultaneously at the Oriental Hotel in Victoria Island, Lagos and the CBN Training Institute, Abuja.
The Women Win (WWW), is a new initiative set to be a platform to enable women; helping them discover themselves, be motivated and coached to reach their maximum potential while also celebrating and advocating for women. The upcoming 2018 When Women Win Experience which holds the week of International Women’s Day, will also be the official launch of the initiative in Africa. The United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 5 speaks of empowering women and achieving equality as key to the development of Africa. The issue of inequality cuts across all sectors of the society including education, politics and governance. This is evidenced by the fact that although women make up 49.6% of the world’s population, female world leaders/presidents are less than 10% of recognized world leaders. At the 2018 When Women Win Experience, themed Reach for the Stars, speakers and performers from across Africa will inspire and teach participants through talks, music, spoken word, training and coaching classes. Although the event is scheduled to take place in Lagos, it will also be broadcast live to a viewing audience in Abuja. Entry to the event is free. The powerful lineup of speakers includes: Architect, Entrepreneur and Philanthropist Jumoke Adenowo, the U.S. Consulate’s Head of Public Affairs, Darcy Zotter and the South African Director of the Global Women’s Initiative, Tumi Frazier. The debut When Women Win Experience has been carefully curated and promises to be a robust, life transforming experience. Individuals and organizations are invited to register and participate in this event by visiting whenwomenwin.org.